Enlarge / Prince performing on stage during the 1984 Purple Rain tour. (credit: Richard E.

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While he was alive, Prince was notable for being a skeptic of online music.

Those who manage his estate, though, have chosen to finally embrace it.
The records Prince produced during his time with Warner Bros., which include albums like 1999 and Purple Rain, will be available on Spotify and other streaming services starting Sunday.
The news was broken by Napster, formerly known as Rhapsody, which confirmed to NPR that it would start streaming the Prince classics this Sunday.
Spotify told the BBC it will have the same material, and it’s generally expected that Apple Music will have the goods as well.
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